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World Smile Day® Songs

Smiley face song cd

Did you know that Smiley's story has its own song?  And World Smile Day® too!  Listen to them by clicking the play button next to the title in the right column.  The words to The Smiley Face song are provided below so you can join in r form your own chorus.  Lyrics and chords are available in a PDF document downloadable by CLICKING HERE.  A free MP3 download of the song itself is is available at www.plainfolk.com.

 

The Smiley Face Song

©1998 Charlie Ball

CHORUS
   
GIVE A LITTLE GIGGLE, GRIN A LITTLE GRIN
     
DO YOUR IMITATION OF A SMILEY FACE PIN
   
OPEN UP YOUR HEART AND LET THE SUN SHINE IN
    
THEN SHARE IT WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS AND YOUR NEXT OF KIN
     
SHARE IT WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS AND YOUR NEXT OF KIN

    
1. ONCE THERE WERE SOME PEOPLE WHO WERE FEELING KIND OF BLUE
                  
SO THEY CALLED UP HARVEY BALL, HE KNEW EXACTLY WHAT TO DO
       
HE DREW A SMILEY FACE, HE MADE IT YELLOW TOO
               
IT WAS SUNNY, IT WAS SIMPLE AND HE SAID, "I’M THROUGH" (NOW)

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2. WELL THE PEOPLE GOT EXCITED WHEN THEY SAW WHAT HE HAD DONE                                                                                                      
SO THEY MADE UP SMILEY BUTTONS AND THEY HANDED OUT A TON                                                                                                                   
WHICH WENT AROUND THE WORLD LIKE THE WORLD GOES ROUND THE SUN                                                                                            
FOR A SMILE BEGETS ANOTHER SO THERE’S NEVER JUST ONE  (SO)

CHORUS

3. WELL THAT’S A LITTLE STORY OF HOW SMILEY CAME TO BE
BACK IN DECEMBER OF 1963
CALL THE GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS TELL THEM "QUICK COME SEE"
THE HAPPIEST FACE IN ALL OF HISTORY      (AND)

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4. O THE MORAL OF THE STORY IS TO HELP THE WORLD TO SMILE
YOU DO AN ACT OF KINDNESS, YOU GO THE EXTRA MILE
AND WHAT YOU DO COMES BACK TO YOU IN JUST A LITTLE WHILE
FOR GOODNESS IS CONTAGIOUS AND IT’S NEVER OUT OF STYLE   (SO)

CHORUS

A FOUR LINE CHORUS FOLLOWED BY A FIVE LINE CHORUS